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comparison between two public expenditure management systems in Africa

Ian Lienert

comparison between two public expenditure management systems in Africa

by Ian Lienert

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Published by International Monetary Fund, Fiscal Affairs Department in [Washington, D.C.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Expenditures, Public -- Africa.,
  • Finance, Public -- Accounting -- Africa.,
  • Budget -- Africa.,
  • Auditing -- Africa.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementIan Lienert.
    SeriesIMF working paper -- WP/03/2
    ContributionsInternational Monetary Fund. Fiscal Affairs Dept.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination33 p. :
    Number of Pages33
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL20040318M

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    Transforming South Africa’s racial bureaucracy: New Public Management and public sector reform in contemporary South Africa Ivor Chipkin and Barbara Lipietz 1 A version of this article will be published as a chapter in a book edited by the London School of Economics and published by . Public Expenditure Management and Education Outcomes Micro-evidence from primary schools and public officials in Gauteng and North West provinces, South Africa by NANA ADOWAA BOATENG A thesis submitted to the Faculty of Commerce, Law and Management, University of Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, in.

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Download Citation | A Comparison Between Two Public Expenditure Management Systems in Africa | This paper assesses the advantages and disadvantages of the French and British public expenditure. Get this from a library. A comparison between two public expenditure management systems in Africa.

[Ian Lienert; International Monetary Fund. Fiscal Affairs Department.] -- This paper assesses the advantages and disadvantages of the French and British public expenditure management systems as used in Africa. The main differences are in budget execution and government.

This paper assesses the advantages and disadvantages of the French and British public expenditure management systems as used in Africa. The main differences are in budget execution and government accounting. In both francophone and anglophone Africa, there are common weaknesses in the application of the inherited systems, which appear to dominate any distinct features of the individual systems.

Downloadable. This paper assesses the advantages and disadvantages of the French and British public expenditure management systems as used in Africa. The main differences are in budget execution and government accounting. In both francophone and anglophone Africa, there are common weaknesses in the application of the inherited systems, which appear to dominate any distinct.

Most countries in Africa have inherited either a French-based or British-based public expenditure management (PEM) system depending on their colonial heritage.

This IMF paper looks at the advantages and disadvantages of French and British PEM systems as used in Africa to find out if one system performs better than the other. The main differences in [ ].

A Comparison Between Two Public Expenditure Management Systems in Africa Many African countries are benefiting from reductions in their external debt. One important objective is to redirect the budgetary resources released from servicing external debt towards poverty-reducing by:   A Comparison between Two Public Expenditure Management Systems in Africa.

IMF Working Paper No. 03/2. 34 Pages Posted: 27 Jan See all articles by Ian Lienert Ian Lienert. Lienert, I., A Comparison between Two Public Expenditure Management Systems in Africa (January ).

IMF Working Paper, Vol., pp.Available at SSRN. IMF Working Papers: A Comparison Between Two Public Expenditure Management Systems in Africa No. 03/2 by Ian Lienert Unknown, Published ISBN / ISBN / Ian Lienert, "A Comparison Between Two Public Expenditure Management Systems in Africa," OECD Journal on Budgeting, OECD Publishing, vol.

3(3), pages Ian Lienert, "A Comparison Between Two Public Expenditure Management Systems in Africa," IMF Working Papers 03/2, International Monetary Fund. Bouley & J. Fournel & Luc. public expenditure management, much of it elaborating on and updating material in the handbook, can be found on the Bank’s internal public expenditure web site.

This web site will be regularly updated and it is intended to make it publicly available in the near future. The public finance management system in South Africa has gone through fundamental changes and is still under transition, especially after South Africa’s democratization in These fundamental changes in public finance are characterised by the fact that public service, in general, in South Africa has evolved as well and is still in the.

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Managing Public Expenditure presents a comprehensive and in-depth analysis of all aspects of public expenditure management from the preparation of the budget to the execution, control and audit stages. The book will be of general interest but is focused particularly on the needs of countries in transition, especially those in Central and Eastern Europe that seek to become members of the.

Linkages between public sector revenues and expenditures in developing countries 1 1 Introduction Purpose and starting points In exploring the relationship between the revenue and expenditure sides of public finance, this paper addresses three questions.

rules may differ not only between recurrent and capital budgets, but also between two recurrent budgets, one financed from domestic and the other from external sources.

Recent initiatives and developments in public expenditure management call for a renewed emphasis on the integration of recurrent and development budgets.

These. Figure 1 Spending on public ordinary schools per public school per learner by province in /2 and /11 (in current Rand) (Source: Oxford Policy Management & Stellenbosch Economics, ) As of /11, government expenditure on education was the largest single line item in the budget, standing at 20% of the budget and 6% of GDP.

The Importance of Public Expenditure Management in Modern Budget Systems izing sources productively, effectively and sensitively (Allen, Tommasi,p). A clear distinction occurs between expenditure management and expenditure policy.

While expenditure policy is trying to find an answer for the question "what" is to be done, ex. 4 WHO African Region Expenditure Atlas Policy highlights Foreword Policy highlights WHO African country profile Technical documentation GGHE as a share of gross domestic product (GDP): A study of countries showed that GGHE as a share of GDP increased with a country’s income.

This paper assesses the advantages and disadvantages of the French and British public expenditure management systems as used in Africa.

The main differences are in budget execution and government accounting. In both francophone and anglophone Africa, there are common weaknesses in the application of the inherited systems, which appear to. 4.”9 The starting point is that the traditional bureaucratic structures that ushered in the industrialized economies of the 20th century may have been appropriate for that era but have reached a point of diminishing returns.

The large size and rigid structures of the traditional system are too cumbersome for the new era of instant communication and an economy in which.Public Spending on Health Care and the Poor: Sanjeev Gupta, Marijn Verhoeven, and Erwin R.

Tiongson: User Payments for Basic Education in Low-Income Countries: Arye L. Hillman and Eva Jenkner: The Efficiency of Government Expenditure: Experiences from Africa.Chapter 1.

AN OVERVIEW OF PUBLIC EXPENDITURE MANAGEMENT This chapter has two objectives. First, it places public expenditure management (PEM) in the broader context of the role of the state, good governance, macroeconomic policy, and the changing environment (especially in information and communication technology).

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